GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Army Sharp Statistics: Market Report & Data

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"42% of Army women reported experiencing sexist behavior in the previous year."

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"Approximately 50% of sexual harassment cases in the Army go unreported."

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"In 2019, 64% of service members who reported sexual assault were satisfied with the support they received from SHARP."

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"There was a 13% decrease in victims who did not want to file a report in the Army in 2019 compared to 2018."

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"In FY2019, the U.S. Army received 6,236 reports of sexual assault."

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"SHARP has introduced an anonymous reporting option, used by 38% of victims in 2019."

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"The Army spent more than $18 million on SHARP program initiatives in FY2019."

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"The SHARP program has conducted over 400,000 hours of training across the Army."

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"58% of female soldiers in the Army reported being sexually harassed in 2019."

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"Over 32,000 Army leaders have undergone SHARP training annually."

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"Army SHARP programs have been credited with a 12% reduction in absenteeism."

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"There was a 41% reported increase in soldiers seeking SHARP victim advocacy services from 2018 to 2019."

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"The Army SHARP Academy was established at Fort Leavenworth in 2014."

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"89% of SHARP trainers have at least five years of service experience."

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"35% of surveyed service members believe SHARP training is effective."

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"The Army saw a 3% increase in reported sexual assaults from FY2018 to FY2019."

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"Over 80% of Army installations have a designated SHARP resource center."

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"SHARP-trained responders in the Army have contributed to an 11% increase in convictions for sexual offenses."

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"The Army created the SHARP program in 2008."

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"Approximately 24% of respondents said they would not re-enlist due to experiences with sexual harassment or assault."

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